Ariana Grande teases new music: 'no tears left to cry'

Saul Bowman
April 19, 2018

Ariana Grande is releasing new music this Friday, April 20 (blaze it).

Grande hasn't released any new music since the Manchester Arena terror attack in May 2017, which killed 22 people.

Video director Dave Meyers, who shot Camila Cabello's Havana and Kendrick Lamar's Humble, also posted the phrase "no tears left to cry" on his Instagram account on Tuesday, suggesting he had worked on the star's comeback.

Whilst you're here, remind yourself of the touching moment Ariana comforted a crying school girl at the One Love Manchester show.

Grande last posted on Twitter and Instagram on New Year's Eve in December, telling fans, "see you next year".

We're told the star's team had an exclusive listening party a few days ago in London for her new song, "No Tears Left to Cry".

Ariana Grande is no longer a unsafe woman - at least, not on her social media channels.


The benefit concert and associated Red Cross fund raised £10 million for victims of the attacks.

We may be getting new music from Ariana Grande a week early.

She also shared the date 4.20, confirming the track was coming this week.

Her manager, Scooter Braun, confirmed at the end of previous year that she had been working on a new album which would have a more mature sound.

AG hasn't given many details about her new tune, which comes out this Friday, but according to a lucky fan who attended a listening party in London and heard it early, it's pretty freakin' wonderful.

And she was not the only one sharing mysterious messages on social media.

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